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SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1*3 THE HOLLAND. MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE SEVEN 18 Seek Building Permits Eighteen applications for building permit* totaling $39,841 were filed thin week with City Building Inspector Gordon Streur in City Hall. They follow: Lynn Sparks, 175 East 28th St., partial basement, $468; self, contractor. Nick Ter Voort, 4flO Pine Ave., fence, $165; self, contractor. Marvin Vander Ploeg, 316 Lincoln Ave., kitchen cabinets, bathroom partition, $800, Harvin Zoer- hoff, contractor. Paul Vannette, 480 Central Ave., replace windows and remove partition, $300; self, contractor. James Yskes, 564 West 21st St., replace and enclose porch, $845; Kole and Vander Brand, contractors. Chet Van Liere, 614 West 29th St, carport, Uo appeal board) $355; self, contractor. Ivan De Jonge. 59 West 34th S t , house and attached garage, $14,60(i; self, contractor. Albert Lemmen, 572 West' 20th SI, small roof over rear door, $25; self, contractor. Albert Westrate, .1" West 23rd St, aluminum siding, C-800; Bittner Home Modernizing C o , contractor. Cities Service Oil Co., 160 East Eighth St., tire rack, $300; self- contractor. Marvin Keen, 294 East 13th S t , box in eaves, $200; Harvey Keen, contractor. Arthur Dykhuis, 51 West 17th St., kitchen cupboards upstairs, $200; self, contractor. Iinmanuel Baptist Church, 97 \Vest 22nd S t , new doors in entrance, $650: Arthur Dykhuis, contractor. Buford Quillian, 299 West 14th St , new back porch, $75: self- contractor. Julius Meiste, 111 West 20th S t , aluminum siding, $1,045; Brower Window and Awning Sales, con- ti actor. Frits -Tienstra, 53 B^ast 16th S t , fence, $78, Nick Ter Voort, contractor M. Harold Mikle, 731 Maryland Dr , house and attached garage, $18,900; Jay Lankheet, contractor Henry Steenblik, C3 West 15th SI , front porch steps, $135: Adam Krenn, contractor. Moke Furnact Changes During Summer Months During the summer monthe, the heating contractor'! work schedule* ij lesu crowded than it is when the heating aeason begins, says the Plumbing-Heating-Coolihg Information Bureau. Changes such as the installation of an automatically-fired boiler, replacement of old-style radiators with modern baseboards and zoning the heating system all take time and special care. Making these changes now is a way of insuring that the job will be done exactly as you want it done-by a competent heating contractor who is not being rushed by a busy schedule. Sunken Tub Enjoys More Popularity The most eye-catching of the various types of tubs in use today is the sunken tub. This style is nothing new. It dates back to the old Roman Empire. Yet it is enjoying greater popularity today than ever before This is mainly due to the efforts of such renowned architects as Edward Stone and Pietro Belluschi. If he were living today, Frank- lii undoubtedly would approve of the sunken tile tub. For it was his intent, just as it is Stone's and Belluschi's, to make bathing as pleasant as possible. FOR CARPET and DRAPERIES WINDOW SHADES TRAVERSE RODS DE WAARD'S PHONE EX 6-8748 16 WEST 16th ST. (Next to A P Store) Grand Rapids Company Receives Contract WASHINGTON 7 'UP I) -- The award of a $6,500,56 Air "Force conliact to Knatt-Stiles, Inc., Grand Rapids, was announced yesterday by Sens Philip A Hart and Pat McNamara, D-Mich. The contract calls for the manufacture, transportation and erec tion of relocatable-type homes. 29153 STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Couit for the Cx5unty of Ottawa. In the Matter of the Estate of Nellie Fall banks, Deceaspt] At a session of .said Court, held on J u l v 16, 19fi'i Present, HON. FREDERICK T. MILES Judge of Probate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims in w r i t i n g and under oath, to said Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon I l a i v e y Breuker of Holland. M u l l i g a n , f i d u c i a r y of said estate, and t h a t such claims will be heard bv Sdiil Court at the Probate Office on October 16, IWZ, at ten A M IT IS ORDERED, That notice 1 hereof be given by publication of a oopj hereof for three weeks conspc'utl\Ll\ previous to said d of hearing, in the Holland Evening Sentinel, a n d t h a t t h e f i d u c i a r y cause a copy of this notice to be serxecl upon each known party in inieiest at his last known address In legistcied, certified or ordmar\ mail ( w i t h proof of mailing, or b\ peisonal service at least foui- teen (14) days prior to such hearing. FREDERICK T. MILES, A true copy Judge of Piobate Harriet S Yonkman Register of Probate. i Auto Thrill Show Monday, 8 P.M. FAIR at the ···»*···«····*···*·····*·«**··*·····································; From Plans To Pass Key Designing-Financing-Building Ottawa County Real Estate Transfers Pearl M, Hart el al to Harold Bosma and wife Pt. NWV« NW'4 TODAY'S GARDEN-GRAPH ·^^^"."·""·'··"""'·^^^^ 1MB, ·· PfetMt OftM l-j-16 Twp. Park. Cyrui A. Van HaiUnru and wif« a Gerkc Boomsma and wife Lots 3, 4 Highland Park Add. City of Zetland. William Huizenga and wife to Harvey Xnoper and wife Lot 101 Huizenga'i Sub. No. 3 Twp. Holand. William Huizenga and · wife to earhardt and wife Lot 94 Huizenga's Sub. No. 3, Twp. Holland. Lewis Van Klompenberg and wife to Aimer L. Vanden Bosch and wife Pt. SEV4 11-5-15 Twp. Holland. Harold L. De Loof and wife to Gordon Hassevoort and wife Pt. Lot 21 Harrington, Westerhof and Kramer's Add. No. 2, City of Holland. Martin Ten Brink and wife to Ernest Prince and wife Lot 24 Woodlane Heights Sub., Twp. Holland. Leonard A Dekker and wife to Jack Lee De Witt et al Lot 2 Sandy's Sub., City of Holland. John Kortman and wife to Kenneth F. Gebben and wife Lot 14 Lakewood Manor, Twp. Holland. Gordon Hassevoort and wife to Calvin D. Klaasen and wife Pt Lot 21 Harrington, Westerhof and Kramer's Add. No. 2, City of Holland. Julia McClure to Kenneth M. Vander Zwaag and wife Lot 72 and pt. 71 Slagh's Add., City of Holland. Exec. .Est. Albert Lampen, Dec. to Kenneth M. Vander Zwaag and wife Pt. Lot 12 A. C. Van Raalte's Add. No. 2, City of Holland. j Effie Costing to Larry C. De i Boer and wife Lot 45 Pine Hills Sub. Twp. Park. Earl Siems and wife to Mien D Bomers Lot 8 Blk 4 Prospect Park Add., City of Holland. Raymond Vanders and wife to Gen-it \V. Rauch and wife Pt. S 1 .. N'4 SE!4 SW/4 7-5-15 Twp. Holland. Harry L. Seinen to A Duane Vander Kooy and wife Pt. W'4 SW'/4 27-5-14 Twp Zeeland. Gernt W. Rauch and wife to Raymond Vanders and wife Pt. S 1 ^ N'* SEV4 SW'4 7-5-15 Twp Holland. John Van Appledorn et al to Vern R Ekema and wife P t . - E ' z N ' j N'i SWV 33-5-15 City of Holland Vern R. Ekema and wife to Wendal J Vander Vliet and wife Pt. N' 2 N% SWVi 33-5-15 City of Holland. CRCftCENT PfftHSN IN PILLOW VASE AN? TALL SLIM Crescent Design Mo. 11 ·y EDNA HALLWAY Distributed by CentraU PreM THJK circular or orescent design ia suitable in low containers, u discussed last week, and hi pillow vaee or oth«r tall containers, M shown Hi the accompanying Garden-Graph. The crescent calls for spiky forma at the outer curve and is to wet UMS material, th«« place it inside a lid, like the top of a large, round can, and M it dry there. Flowers course. If naturally, a number 20 wire, available at most florist stoops, can be ·oaeti, at they do not curve round forms for the focal area, can be pushed up through the The outside lines should be trim middle of the stem and then Make Sure New Location Has Water If you're moving beyond the city water mains, you'd better be sure j . that you have « quality w a t e r l k i n d s of building, that may be ' Urban Renewal Agency Asked To Improve Clearance Rules WASHINGTON SUPH -- The U r b a n Renewal Administration ard "on the basis of 1 such vaflM environmental factors as Mncorn- ! look at its rules describing the system installed capable of delivering an adequate supply of pure water. Fifty gallons per person per day used to be recommended, but with an increasing number of water- using appliances, 'and two or more bathrooms in most quality homes, 100 gallons per person per dav is th« suggested min.mum, says the Water Systems Council. Demands of the modern appliances are in addition for example to the 30 gallons required for each bath and the 4 to 6 gallons that flow each minute from a shower head or faucet. For fire protection beyond city mains, FHA Minimum Property Standards call for 300 gallons per hatir delivery. To be certain the private water source in your new rural or suburban home can deliver water pro- demolished for a slum clearance has been asked to take another patible land uses or hazards to the general welfare, a city conceivably could, with URA approval classify any building as.sub- standard." The report contended that to classify a building substandard because of "incompatible land use" is not objective because it completely ignores the actual condition of the structure. ^ The report said that in the cast of the Erieview project, the basis for such classification in many cases was the proposed land use contained in the urban renewal plan A study by the General Accounting Office decided that the regulations were too vague. The GAO report suggests that the criteria is so general that a city could knock down almost any building and claim that it was in the interest of slum cleataiiee. The GAO is an arm of Congress which investigates and recommends methods for cutting government cost. It discussed URA demolition regulations in a report criticizing the Erieviev urban renewal project in Cleveland. The GAO report said that a building should be classified as eligible for total demolition only if it is substandard from a structural point of \iew. It stressed the need for a building-by-building review, and examining the condition of each struc- and smooth. Scotch broom, pussywillow, eucalyptus or any other curved material axe good for the outside carve. To shape fibrous woody stems like willow or broom, soak them in water for several hours and then gently manipulate them into the desired shape. Wetting the hands also is helpful because care must be taken to prevent breaking the ·tern or branch Another method the stem bent gently. Snapdragons are frequently handled in this way. Do Hold the stem firmly between thumb and finger as the wire is being pushed through. Bells of Ireland twist and curve naturally. However, I have used them for an arrangement ewrr- ing in the correct direction and the next day found they had turned around in the other tt- i rection. e consulted. In addition to providing the pro- er pump for your well so that it an meet the particular demands of your family, he will be able to size other components of the system. He can suggest, for example, the roper size pressure tank for pro- iding adequate amounts of water (© 1968. K»ng Features Syndicate. lac.) between pump runs. The water systems dealer will nouse STATE OF MICHIGAN, In the Circuit Court foi the Countj of Ottawa GERRIT TEN BROEKE HENRIETTA TEN BROEKE, Husband and \\ife, and Plaintiffs, vs Estimates gladly given with no obligation OVERISEL LUMBER COMPANY PHONE SK 1-4281 »r "El" Sit nit IX 2-2910 Cord Zuvsrink EX 6-7711 ··························I*************«·········· 29097 STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Ottawa In the Matter o f - t h e Estate of Johanna Westrate, Deceased At a session of said-Court, held on July 5, 1963. Present, HON FREDERICK T. MILES, Judge o-f Probate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tnat all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims In writing and under oath, to said court, and to serve a copy thereof upon Marvin Westrate of Route 3 Hart. Michigan f i d u c i a r y of said estate, and t h a t such claims will be heard by said Court at t h p Probate Office on October 9. 1963, at Ten A M. IT IS ORDERED, That notice thereof be given by publication of a cop\ hereof for three weeks eons e i u m e l y pieviou*; to said da\ of hearing, in the Holland Evening Sentinel, and t h a t the Hduciarv r a u s e a cop of this notice to be served upon each known party In inleiest at his last known address by registered, certified or ordinary mail ( w i t h pioof of m a i l i n g t , or bv personal service at least fourteen (14) days prior to such hearing FREDERICK T MILES. A true copy Judge of Probate. Ilanrpt S Yonkman. Register of Porbate 28979 STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Ottawa. In the Matter of the Estate of Dena Ende, Deceased. At a session of Said Court, held on July 8, 1963. Present. HON FREDERICK T. MILES. Judge of Probate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all creditors of said deceased aie required to piesent their claims in writing and under oath, to said Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon Dennis B. Ende of Holland, Michigan, fiduciary of said estate. arid that such claims will be heard by said Com I at the Probate Office on October 9, 1963, at Ten A M IT IS ORDERED, That notice thereof be R i v e n bv publication of a rop hereof for three \veeks consecutively previous to said dav of hearing, in the Holland Evening -Sentinel, and t h a t the f i d u c i a r y cause a copy of ths notice to be served u p o n ' e a c h known party In interest at his last known address b.v registered, certified or ordinary niail ( w i t h proof of mailing), or In peis.onal service at least fourteen (14) days prior to Such hearing. FREDERICK T MILES, A t i u « cop: Judge of Probate. H.irnet S Yonknnm. Kegiilei of P i o b a t e I V I S I O N STTIS FOR SALE WER E 7 XE KRAAI and GERTIE KRAAI, husband and wife, SENA HUYSER, JOHN KRAAI, also known as JOHN E. KRAAI, and ALETTA KRAAI, h u s b a n d a n d wife, THOMAi KRAAI a-nd JOHANNA K...AAI, husband and wife, BURTUS KRAAI, also known as BERT KRAAI. anU ERMA M KRAAI. husband and w i f e , HENRY KRAAI and KATE KRAAI, husband and wife, ENNE KRAAI, also known as ENNO KRAAI, and AOA KRAAI, husband and wife, GERTRUDE MULDER, HATTIE DE KRAKER, LOUIS DE KRAKER, SR ELMER DE KRAKER and ESTHER DE KRAKER, husband and wife, GENEVA DE KRAKER., ARLENE DE KRAKER, LOUIS DE KRAKER JR JOHN DE KRAKER. MICHAEL DE KRAKER. and JAN De KRAKE R , or their unkno\\n heirs, devisees, legatees and assigns Defendants. ORDER TO ANSWER File No 121 In the 13th day of June. 1963. an action was filed by GERRIT TEX BROEKE and HENRIETTA TEN BROEKE, husband and wife, P l a i n t i f f s , against ENNC KRAAI and GERTIE KRAAI, husband and wife, SENA HUYSER, JOHN KRAAi, also known as John E KRAAI, and ALETTA KRAAI. husband and wife, THOMAS KRAAI and JOHANNA KRAAI. husband a n ' wife, BURTUS KEAAI, also known as BERT KRAAI. and ERMA M. KRAAI husband and wife, HENRY KKAAI and KATE KRAAI husband and wife, ENIN'C KRAAI, also knrtMi as ENNO KRAAI, and ADA KRAAI, husband and wife. GERTRUDE MULDER. HATTIE DE KRAKER, LOUIS DE KRAKER, SR., ELMER DE KRAKER and ESTHER DE KRAKER, husband a.nd wife, GENEVA DE KRAKER ARLENE DE KRAKER, LOUIS DE KRAKER JR , JOHN DE KRAKER, MICHAEL DE KRAKER, and JAN DE KRAKER, or their u n k n o w n heirs devisees, legatees and assigns, Defendants, in this Court to quiet title to a certain piece or parcel of land situated in the TOXVNSHIP OF BLENDON, COUNTY OF OTTAWA, STATE OF MICHIGAN to-wit Commencing at me SOUTHWEST corner of t h e NORTH THIRTY-SEVEN (N-371 ACRES of the WEST f r a c t i o n a l ONE- HALF (W frl i ) of The NORTHWEST fractional ONE-QUARTER (NW Irl 4 ) of SECTION 30, TOWN 6 NORTH RANGE 14 WEST, thence SOUTH to - point on the WEST line of said WEST fractional ONE-HALF (W frl » i ) of ne NORTHWEST f ; a c t i o n a l ONE-QUARTER (NW frl * ) SIXTY-TWO and 92/100 (62.92) RODS SOUTH of the NORTHWEST corner of the WEST fractional ONE HALF (W frl Vs ), of the NORTHWFST fractional ONE-QUARTER (NW frl »i), thence EAST on a line parallel with the NORTH line of said WEST fracitonal ONE-HALF (W frl '-) of the NORTHWEST fractional ONE-QUARTER (NW frl U ) to the EAST line of said WEST fractional ONE-HALF (W frl i*. of the NORTHWEST fractional ONE-QUARTER (N\V frl 'i), thence NORTH to the SOUTHEAST corner of the NORTH THIRTY-SEVEN (N-37) ACRES of the WEST fractional ONE-HALF (W frl ^ of the NORTHWEST fractional ONE- QUARTER (NW frl U J , thence WEST along the SOUTH line of the NORTH THIRTY-SEVEN (N-37) ACRES of the WEST fractional ONE-HALF (W frl j ) of the NORTHWEST fractiona' ONE-QUARTER (NW fr J i ) to the point of beginning; except the WEST SEVENTEEN RODS TWO FEET thereof. On reading and filing the Complaint filed in said cause and the affidavit of WALTER J. ROPER attached thereto, from which it satis -torily appears to the couri that the Defendants above named or their unknown heirs, devisees legatees and assigns, are proper anc necessary parties defendant In the above entitled cause, and It further appearing that after I diligent search and inquiry, it has been ascertained - that the said ENNE G-RAAI. GERTIE KRAAI, HATTIE DE KRAKER. and LESTER DE KRAKER are dead, and that their estates have no»T been pro- baled in the COUNTY OF OTTAWA, nor any determination of heirs made, arv.t t h a t it ii therefore ini- posslbl* to determine who their heirs. persona! representatives, legatees, devisees, and assigns ma bo, and that therefore the names of the persont who are included therein without being named, but who are embraced therein under the title of unknown helri, devisees, legatees, and assigns, 'cannot, be ascertained after diligent «earch and Inquiry. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that the Defendants, ENNE KRAAI and GERTIE KRAAI. husband and wife, SENA HUYSER, JOHN KRAAI, also kmrwn as JOHN E. KRAAI. and ALETTA KRAAI. husband and wife, THOMAS KRAAI and JOHANA KRAAI, husband and wife, BURTUS KRAAI, also known as BERT K1IAAI, and ERMA M. KRAAI, hug- band and \\ ife, HENRY KRAAI and K4TE KRAAI, husband and wife, E\XF KRAAI. also known as ENNO KRAAI. and ADA KRAAI, husband and w i f e , GERTRUDE MULDER, HATTIE DE KRAKER, LOUIS DE KRAKER, SR, ELMER DE KRAKER and ESTHER DE KRAKER, husband and wife, GEIS'EVA DE KRAKER, ARLENE DE KRAKER LOUIS DE KRAKER, JK. JOHN DE KRAKER, MICHAEL DE KRAKER, and JAN DE KkAKER and their unknown heirs, devisees legatees and assigns, shall answer or take such other action as nw be permitted by law, on or before the 12th dav o-f SEPTEMBER, 1963 Failure to comply with this Order will result in a Judgment b\ default against such Def e n d a n t s for the relief demanded in the Complaint filed in this Court IT IS HEREBY FURTHER ORDERED t h a t w i t h i n t w e n t y (20) days Plaintiff cause a copy of this Order to be published in the HOLLAND EVENING SENTINEL, a nev. spa per circulated publication to continue therein once each v\eek for SIX (6) WEEKS in succession. RAYMOND L. SMITH CIRCUIT JUDGE Date of order 13 June 1963. ATTEST TRUE COPY: Vi\ inn \uisme., Den. Ottawa County Clerk. GALIEN, ROPER MEYERS, Attorneys for Plaintiffs bv \\al;ei .7 Roper. Business address. '246 R i \ e i Avenue Holland, Michigan. printed, published and in said County, such 29237 STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Coujt for the County of Ottawa. In the Matter of the Estate of Gertrude Vander Heuvel also k n o w n as Gertie Vander Heuvel, Deceased At a session of said Court, held on the 17th day of July A D 1963. Piesent, HON FREDERICK T. MILES, Judge of Probate XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thdl the petition of Dorothy DyX- ema p r a u n g t h a t the administra- t i o n of said estate be granted to Do roth v D.\kenia or to some other i u n a b l e person, and that the heirs of said deceased be determined, w i l l be heard at the Probate Court on August 20. 1963 at 10 A M IT IS ORDERED, That notice theieof be g i \ e n bv publication of a oopv hereof for three weeks consecutively previous to said day of hearings, in the Holland Evening Sentinel, and t h a t the petitioner cause a copy of this notice to be ser\ed upon" each known partv in interest at his last known address by legistered or certified mail, return receipt demanded, at least fourteen ( M i d a y s prior to such hearing, or by personal service at least fourteen (14) dajs prior to such hearing FREDERICK T MILES, )erly, the Council points out, the | ture. oca! water systems dealer should, The report also said URA regulations should state that a building cannot be classified as substandard if its deficiencies "can be corrected by normal maintenance " The GAO criticism does not mean that it favors a regulation allowing a city to raze a neighborhood only if every building is a hopeless hovel. "Under a less elaborate plan," the report added, "such incompat- iblity might not exist." Put Stress on Accuracy In Do-It-Yourself Work Do-it-yourself projects around the home generally lack the professional look because measurements were not precise. Plumb installations, square cuts, holes that are on center mean the difference between sightly and unsightly work A small number of relatively inexpensive tools used to best advantage will provide the accuracy needed for a finished job. But the report stresses that this also know w h a t equipment to util- ze if your water system depends on a low-yield well He might suggest a pump that works at a lower ·ate for a longer time with a pressure tank that compensates for slower pumping bv-house check should be Remove Old Radiators Many homeowners will have remodeling work done in then- homes while they are on summer vacation. Some homeowners will be disappointed when they return. They will be displeased chiefly because their newly decorated rooms still contain bulky old - j fashioned radiators which are con( spicious eyesores in modernized surroundings Old free-standing radiators can rob up to 51 square feet of space from a 12-by 18-foot living room The radiators also interfere with interior decorating. Since every inch of hving space is -valuable in a home, the National Better Heating - Cooling Council recommends that homeowners replace Goliath - sized radiators with modern hydronic (hot water) baseboard heating units Baseboard heat distributors are only about eight inches high and are installed against the wall at ankle level. They may be painted to Wend in with room decor. Furniture placement is no problem with hydronic baseboard, because furniture may be placed close to these wall-hugging units without blocking heat. made and considered along wi*h such factors as blighting and other environmental conditions before a final decision Concenably, the total of all] these considerations still could indicate the need for large -scale clearance. The G. A. 0. suggests that the cities are not required to make such a close inspection now before getting permission to turn bulldozers loose on a neighborhood The report stressed the need for being specific in stating just what standards must be applied belore a building can be classified as beyond reccnerv It said that if buildings were allowed to be listed as substand- Treated for Bruises Mrs. Clarence Brower, 53, of 3990 112th Ave., waS referred to her family physician Thursday for treatment of minor bruises she received when the car driven by her husband, Clarence Brower, 53, was struck at 3Oth St. and State St. by a car driven by Winnie Hoeland, 71. of 727 Washington Ave. Mrs. Hoeland was issued a ticket by Holland police for failure to yield the right of way. CLEAR SLUGGISH SEWER SEWER CAJtTRH Tb*r Destroy I I u Ipjorlrdt Built-in Appliances BECKMAN'S BEECHWOOD SQ. DoTt Keep «ew tame free and rfean will JiQ Sew» CattrafeetMQ IB tie only 4rv.ee of Ha tad that datrais tree mis wA other oww ·rtumi wbni, ck* cm*. Ma hum to ·hnbar tote. Jwt fiiah HQ CwtndfM dm U* Mbt or de»o-«M cue* · raoatfc--the eheanaJ · MQ da* t)w wort. Only $2.98 tat box ol six at "We Aim to Please" TEERMAN'S 19 West 8th St. Phone EX 2-9535 A true copy- Harriet S Yonkman. Register of Probate. Judge of Probate. PAINTINB PAPER HANGING DECORATING L. BOUMAN 1M !·* 12M St. PHONE EX 2-9423 29145 STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Ottawa In the Matter ol the -F.state of Helene E. Pelgrim, Deceased. At a session of said Court, held on J u l v 16, 1963. Present, HON FREDERICK T. MILES, Judge of Probate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims In u r i t i n g and under oath, to said Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon George A. Pelgrim of Holland, Michigan, fiduciary of said estate, and that such claims will be heard In said Court at the Probate Office on October 16, 1963. al Ten A M IT IS ORDERED. Thar notice thereof be given b.v publication of a c-opy hereof for three weeks consecutively previous to said day of hearings, in the Holland Evening Sentinel, and that the fiduciary cause a copy of this notice to be served upon each known party in interest at his last known address bv registered, certified or ordinary mail ( w i t h proof of mailing) or by personal service at least fourteen U4 days prior to such hearing. FREDERICK T. MILES, A true ropy: Judge ot Probate Harriet S . Yonkman Register of Probatt Check With Heating Contractor Before Adding If your summer plans include adding a new room to your house, your present heating system may.j be able to handle the additional | load, says the Plumbing-Heating-! Cooling Information Bureau | Your heating contractor will be t able to tell if your present boiler i has the reserve capacity to expand your hydronic (hot water heating system. If it doesn't, he may suggest special insulation 'that will enable it to do the extra work. Get Quality fixtures When you buy inferior bathroom and powder room fixtures, it's a case of save now and pay later.' Attractive, durable, top-of-the-lme fixtures last longer, look better and brijig top dollar if you sell your house. THIS HOME BUILT BY HAROLD LANGEJANS GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND HOME BUILDER NO JOB TO LARGE OR TO SMALL ALL TYPES OF REMODELING I N T E R I O R A N D EXTERIOR SPECIALIZING IN STORE FRONTS IF YOU PLAN TO BUILD OR REMODEL BE SURE TO SEE HAROLD LANGEJANS Building Contractor 38 W. 34th St. Phone EX 4-8983 K L A A S E N HEATING it COOLING R. t, IAST 40th ST. PHONE EX 4-M39 All winter you're been hearing obout satisfied MOBILHEAT users. Ho* MOBIL'S special additive RT-98 kept their furnaces clean and mod* a tankful of oil last so much longer. If you've never used MOBILHEAT with RT-98, how about joining these happy customers and order a tonkful Monday morning early. MOBILHEAT WITH RT-98 SUMMER-FILLS, WITH PRICE PROTECTION, NOW IN PROGRESS SUMMER DISCOUNT NOW IN EFFECT Hundradi of satisfied customers in Holland and vicinity will also tall you ·bout the dependable AUTOMATIC or QUICK-CALL SERVICE they enjoy. CALL EX 2-2333 BOEVE OIL CO. distributors MOBILGAS - MOBILOIL - MOBILHEAT TOP-VALUE STAMPS GIVEN WITH ALL CASH PURCHASES OR CURRENT ACCOUNTS IF PAID §Y THE 10th OF THE MONTH FOLLOWING MOBILHEAT PURCHASE.